Triple X | Queensland Theatre
14 March - 04 April [Past Event] Bille Brown Theatre, Queensland Theatre

In a nutshell


Scotty has it all: a multimillion-dollar loft in downtown Manhattan, a high-flying Wall Street job, and he’s about to marry the perfect fiancée, who also happens to be loaded. But when he meets trans performance artist Dexie, he discovers he wants something more. A friend? A confidante? A lover?

When the secret of their affair gets out, it’s sure to shock not only his dudebro Jase, his highly-strung mother Deb, and his lesbian activist sister Claire, but also a theatre audience strapped in for the ride of their lives.

From the wickedly funny pen of Australian-born, New York-based playwright, comedienne and performer Glace Chase, this play is an hilarious, honest and emotionally affecting look at entitlement, hypocrisy, and the realities of love.

A Sydney Theatre Company co-production


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    Designer Renée Mulder

    Lighting Designer Ben Hughes

    Composer/Sound Designer Kelly Ryall

    Intimacy & Fight Director Nigel Poulton

    Cast Includes Akos Armont, Glace Chase, Christen O’Leary, Contessa Treffone, Meyne Wyatt

    This production contains adult themes including domestic violence and suicide, frequent strong language, drug use, sexual references, sex scenes, nudity and herbal cigarettes. Subject to change.

    We understand the themes may be triggering for some transgender and gender diverse people.

    If you have concerns about the content of the play we encourage you to contact our Box Office.

    If you or someone you know needs information or support, these organisations are there to help. Beyond Blue, Lifeline and Headspace 

    Running Time
    Approximately 2 hours and 55 minutes including an interval.

    Auslan Interpreted Mon 23 Mar, 6.30pm
    Audio Described Sat 4 Apr, 2pm

    Play Briefing 
    Tue 10 Mar, 6pm Supported by Brisbane City Council

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    Night With The Artists
    Mon 23 Mar, 6.30pm